JPMorgan Chase index shows volatility among G-7 currencies at 6.63 percent, vs. 27 percent in October 2008.
By John Detrixhe and Andrea Wong, Bloomberg|April 24, 2014 at 07:23 AM
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Volatility among major currencies fell to the lowest since 2007 as global central-bank balance sheets continue growing, driving more liquidity into financial markets, even as the economy worldwide recovers.
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